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The '''Boston Academy of Music''' is an institute of higher education in the field of music, located in Boston, Massachusetts. It was founded in 1833 by Lowell Mason and William Channing Woodbridge. It was the first music school of its kind in the country.Crawford, pg. 149 In the 1830s-1840s it occupied the Odeon, Boston|Odeon on Federal Street.Boston Academy of Music. Annual Report. 1836, 1844 In 1982, the "Boston Academy of Music" was revived by the singer Richard Conrad, who led it for 23 years. In 2003, the name of the non-profit company was changed from "Boston Academy of Music" to "Opera Boston", and it continued until the end of 2011. In 2013, "Boston Academy of Music" was revived a second time by the singer and impresario Peter Terry. Image:1839 BostonAcademy of Music BostonAlmanac p89.png|thumb|right|Boston Academy of Music, 1839
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Hymns, English
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Tune-books
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Anthems
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Choruses, Sacred (Mixed voices, 4 parts) with piano
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Choruses, Sacred
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Psalms (Music)
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American Libraries
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Boston Public Library
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Princeton Theological Seminary Library
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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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UNC Music Library
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Music - University of Toronto
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mason, lowell, 1792-1872
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boston academy of music
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mason, lowell, 1792-1872, editor
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boston academy of music, boston academy of music
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boston academy of music, lowell mason
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eastburn, john henry, 1804 or 5-1873, printer
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